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Blog Awards!!!


Wow-I got nominated three times for two blog awards this week! I'm feeling very loved:)

The first award is the Premio Dardos Award from Alyce at At Home With Books. Check her blog out-she's got great reviews!!
This award acknowledges the values that every blogger shows in his or her effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values every day.

Ok, I know I'm supposed to nominate 15 blogs but most of the blogs I want to nominate have been chosen already. I'm going to pick a couple blogs that made my week this week!

1. My Favorite Author-they rocked by having the awesome Jessica Day George stop by for an interview!
2. Not So Closet Geeks-they're hosting Geek Fest and it's been a blast! If you haven't checked it out, be sure to do so. There are lots of great interviews and contests!

The second award I got was the I Love Your Blog Award. I got this from Wrighty and Epic Rat. Thanks guys-I love your blogs too!:)


I'm giving this award to my friend Lizzy over at Kid's Lit Critic. We work together and she's awesome and I made her start blogging!:)
Thanks for the awards and I hope you have fabulous weekends!

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